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Here's Why Some 'Sister, Sister' Songs Have Been Replaced on Netflix

Here's Why Some 'Sister, Sister' Songs Have Been Replaced on Netflix

If you’ve been watching the iconic series that is Sister, Sister on Netflix, you’ve probably noticed that there’s something different about it – because there is.

Turns out that some of the memorable songs on the show have been replaced with newer ones.

One moment in particular is when Tamera (Tamera Mowry) and Jordan (Deon Richmond) are dancing to “Slow Jam” by Usher and Monica, but on Netflix, it isn’t “Slow Jam” playing, it’s “Runnin” by Bellringer, which came out in 2009.

However, it’s not Netflix’s fault. According to a report, the songs were actually replaced back when the series first came out on DVD.

One of the reasons that “Slow Jam” isn’t playing in that moment is because of licensing rights, where the show’s contract ran out or the actual song was too expensive to license.

Fans have also noticed that the same thing has happened to some parts of Moesha, too.

If you missed it, you can see more of the new syndicated television shows that Netflix just added here…

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Posted to: Netflix, Sister Sister, Tamera Mowry, Tia Mowry

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